Lokar SK-6878 Shift Knob Adapter, 3/8-16 Thread
- Features and benefits of a Lokar Shifter, including the positive lock-out in Park and Neutral
- Adapter is offered with common 3/8"-16 thread pitch
- Engineered to fit a Lokar Shifter without modification and allow the use of virtually anything as a knob
- Allows you to express yourself with highly custom knobs
- Offers exclusive hidden functional parts and a sleek design
While personal style is important, "Safety is Never an Extravagance."
To fill the void between personal preference and personal safety, Lokar developed a Shifter Knob Adapter which allows you to express yourself with highly custom knobs, yet still retain all of the safety features and benefits of a Lokar Shifter, including the positive lock-out in Park and Neutral.
After thoughtful consideration and careful planning, Lokar invented a Shifter Knob Adapter with hidden functional parts and a sleek design which will install on ANY Lokar Shifter without modification and allow the use of virtually anything as a knob.
The Adapter is offered with common 3/8"-16 or 3/8"-24 thread sizes and is available in either a chromed or black finish.
This adapter allows you to use a shifter knob that has a 3/8"-16 thread. By pushing straight down on the knob, you can shift gears but retain the original safety features.
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